Results will decide 7th member of Brunson 10

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Jun 04, 2010 Posted in Online Poker News, WSOP News | No Comments »

The 7th online poker player to join the Brunson 10 on will be able to make their case for inclusion at the 2010 World Series of Poker tables, literally. Doyles Room recently announced that the 7th member will be chosen based on their results at the 2010 WSOP. The players will be awarded points based on cashes and bracelets, and a number of criteria with the best player joining Dani Stern, Zachery Clark, Amit Makhija, Chris Moorman, Steve Gross and Alex Kamberis.

The site has a short-list of players it will be tracking, and Card Player has singled out David Sands and Daniel Kelly as the front-runners –Sands has already final-tabled event #5 the $1,500 No Limit Holdem tournament.

Sands is a 26 year-old online pro who plays under the name DocSands. With over $2.2 million in career online earnings including a FTOPS win he is a well respected online pro.

Kelly is one of the most accomplished online tournament players, despite being only 21 years-old, with over $4 million in career earnings. Kelly’s big scores include a WCOOP win, and a 4th place finish in the 2009 WCOOP Main Event.

So, poker enthusiasts have a few more names to watch for when the results are posted, as a huge sponsorship deal hangs in the balance for several young, talented, online poker pros.

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